Love Craster? Then why not try retro-styled Waves

Coastal Retreats Blog 12 December 2016

Craster Waves

Retro in style with fifties flourishes and modern luxury elements where it matters, Craster Waves is the vision of the owners of adjacent Craster Rocks whose style has been reciprocated in this sea front cottage.

Built in the same architectural style as Rocks, Waves compliments its big brother and gives guests a smaller version of what the popular Rocks has to offer.

Uninterrupted sea views have made Rocks one of the most popular pads in our collection. Waves has taken this brief and enhanced it with first floor living accommodation and a glazed balcony accessed from fully opening bi-fold doors to really maximise those coastal vistas.

A feature log burning stove adds a cosy feel to the chic retro styling – yes you may see homeware in this cottage that you last saw in your parents home! – and the ensuite and shared wetrooms are great contemporary features.

But what truly sets Craster Waves apart is its location; just minutes from the Jolly Fisherman gastro pub, at the start of a walk to the iconic Dunstanburgh Castle and of course, its staggering sea views.

View from Craster Waves

The Craster Waves Directory

Sleeps: Four. Two bedrooms on the ground floor. A master bedroom with king size bed and ensuite wetroom and a twin bedroom with adjacent bathroom.

Cooking: Open plan kitchen/dining/living area with dishwasher.

Relaxing: Enjoy the sea views from the glass balcony, or from the warmth of the living area with the log burning stove lit to keep things cosy. The private lawned garden at the back is great for barbeques. Wifi and music system provided.

Children: Outdoor toddler toys and the usual baby equipment are provided. Rockpooling on your doorstep.

Other stuff: Parking for up to two cars.

Within walking distance:

The Jolly Fisherman Pub

The Shoreline Café

Dunstanburgh Castle

Mick Oxley Art Gallery

L Robson and Son Smokery for Craster kippers and The Craster Seafood Restaurant


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